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The Black Stallion (1979)Carroll Ballard
Boots Malone (1952)William Dieterle
Broadway Bill (1934)Frank Capra
Casey's Shadow (1978)Martin Ritt
Champions (1984)John Irvin
Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936)H. Bruce Humberstone
Come on George! (1939)Anthony Kimmins
Crazy Over Horses (1951)William Beaudine
A Day at the Races (1937)Sam Wood
The Day the Bookies Wept (1939)Leslie Goodwins
The Derby Stallion (2005)Craig Clyde
Dry Rot (1956)Maurice Elvey
Fast Company (1953)John Sturges
Glory (1956)David Butler
The Homestretch (1947)H. Bruce Humberstone
A Horse for Danny (1995)Dick Lowry
Horses and Champions (1994)Jonathan Tydor
The Lady's from Kentucky (1939)Alexander Hall
The Last Victory (2004)John Appel
Marnie (1964)Alfred Hitchcock
My Old Man (1979)John Erman
National Velvet (1944)Clarence Brown
On the Right Track (1981)Lee Philips
Phar Lap (1984)Simon Wincer
Pride of the Blue Grass (1954)William Beaudine
Pride of the Bluegrass (1939)William C. McGann
Racing Stripes (2005)Frederik Du Chau
The Rainbow Jacket (1954)Basil Dearden
Riding High (1950)Frank Capra
The Rocking Horse Winner (1950)Anthony Pelissier
Run for the Roses (1977)Henry Levin
Salty O'Rourke (1945)Raoul Walsh
Saratoga (1937)Jack Conway
Seabiscuit (2003)Gary Ross
Secretariat (2010)Randall Wallace
Simpatico (1999)Matthew Warchus
Sporting Blood (1931)Charles Brabin
The Story of Seabiscuit (1949)David Butler
That's My Man (1947)Frank Borzage
They Met in Argentina (1941)Leslie Goodwins, ...
Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937)Alfred E. Green
Under My Skin (1950)Jean Negulesco
Who's Got the Action? (1962)Daniel Mann
Wings of the Morning (1937)Harold Schuster

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